We don't promise you sky-high profits and don't claim to provide you with consistent gains of 100% a month. Our target is more feasible, that is to give you a real opportunity to generate up to 125% per year. Making a one-time investment of 10,000 to 15,000 US Dollars, you get a chance to earn up to 1 Million US Dollars in 5-6 years.
How to earn a million dollars? This question tickles the brains of many. And we have a sound solution to it. You don’t have to make big investments and you don’t need to follow any high-risk strategies. A one-time investment of $10000-15000 with 6-8% of steady monthly gains and your long-dreamt-of million is in your pocket in some 5-6 years. For instance, our low-risk strategies give you about 5 to 7% returns a month (please mind that the rate may vary from month to month). Thus, if you invest $15000, in 6 years they will grow into 2,003,475.06 US Dollars and, after paying the performance fee to your account manager, you will eventually get about 1,001,737.53 US Dollars. Of course, the larger deposit you make, the bigger profit you receive in the end.
You may wonder where we took the figures. Ok. Look. The thing is that each month profits are capitalized, which means that they are added to the existing assets on the account and get involved in further operations. The profit on these investments is calculated by the compound interest formula.
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Many of the daily challenges we face in the markets are caused by shocks and cycles. Every passing day, sentiment and crowd mentality plays an ever-increasing role in financial markets above and beyond fundamentals.
This in turn makes long-term fundamental trends more difficult to judge. As new trends emerge, existing technical systems lose their efficacy and success rates inevitably diminish. But one constant will remain – the majority will lose and the minority will win.
We therefore view the market as a collective, with the crowd under the control of a few, rather than as a true reflection of fair value. The market only survives because the majority provides liquidity with their losses.